Since leaving Manchester United in 2012, Paul Pogba has earned a reputation as one of the best young midfielders in the world.
Still only 20, he's become a fixture in a Juventus side that is starting to dominate Serie A, while also earning international recognition with France.
Strong, physical and a scorer of spectacular goals, Pogba has seen his value rocket since leaving Old Trafford for nothing.
It's of great annoyance to most United fans that with their side in such desperate need of a central midfielder, Pogba (who helped United win the FA Youth Cup alongside Ravel Morrison in 2011) is now flourishing elsewhere.
He's only just beginning his second season in Turin, but that hasn't stopped him being linked with a host of Europe's top clubs.
Here's a rundown of all the reports.
—LAST UPDATE: Tuesday, January 21—
The Guardian report that any hope David Moyes and United had of luring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford from Juventus will be blown out of the water by a massive bid from Paris Saint-Germain.
The report suggests PSG are ready to splash £60 million to bring the midfielder back to France rather than let United try to tempt him to return.
PSG have hinted in the past that they are keen to bring more French players to the club and Pogba is their rising star, having already won seven full international caps.
Pogba left France in 2009 when he joined United from Le Havre.